Thursday night I was back at 21 Grand for one of their 10th anniversary shows, and what a great show it was. I think it's been a couple months since I've been able to catch a full High Castle set, which just seems wrong, but luckily they went on first with Erin, Wilson, and Shaggy in their propulsive full-on assault mode. Oxbow were next and set up on folding chairs right in the middle of the gallery floor before delivering an unexpected (at least to me) acoustic set, vocalist Eugene growling out some seriously bluesy tunes that occasionally hinted at the avant-garde noise rock I know them better for. Evangelista's Carla Bozulich joined in on one song too, which just served to whet my appetite for her band's later set. I've been a huge fan of Bozulich ever since she sang for the Geraldine Fibbers and have been loving the more experimental paths she's been treading both on her own and with Evangelista, so I was in seventh heaven finally getting a chance to hear her live. When Evangelista did a gorgeous pitch-black version of the Fibbers' "Outside of Town" with the chaos of the original amplifed about ten-fold, I felt like I'd been waiting my whole life to hear Bozulich sing, "'Til then, I will love you 'til then."